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Top Denver news: 'Safer at Home’ guidelines modified; police chief marches with protesters; more

Top Denver news: 'Safer at Home’ guidelines modified; police chief marches with protesters; more
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By Hoodline - Published on June 02, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Denver.

Polis modifies ‘Safer at Home’ guidelines, extends them to July 1

Gov. Jared Polis modified the state's "Safer at Home" guidelines Monday, relaxing some restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

Read the full story on KDVR.

Denver curfew extended: 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday through Thursday

Denver mayor Michael Hancock has extended a curfew as protests in the city for the death of George Floyd and nighttime riots continue.

Read the full story on KDVR.

COVID-19 update: Good signs amid fears of Denver riots spike

Even as new data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reveals positive developments related to the pandemic, officials are concerned that the lack of social distancing and scattershot mask use by both non-violent demonstrators and vandals seemingly more interested in wreaking havoc than racial justice could reverse the progress being made against the novel coronavirus.

Read the full story on DenverWestword.

Denver police chief marches with peaceful protesters

The police chief for the Denver Police Department marched arm and arm with peaceful protesters on Monday.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.

Controversial Instagram post leads to Denver police investigation

Denver police announced Police Chief Paul Pazen ordered an Internal Affairs investigation into a social media post purportedly by a Denver police officer. The Instagram post has since been taken down.

Read the full story on CBS Denver.


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